In previous years anglers have been catching and reporting the odd Pacific pink salmon but this year they have appeared in large numbers. Our colleagues in Norway & Denmark are also finding large numbers in their rivers and coasts, Norway has now designated their presence as a ‘High Risk’ mainly as a precaution as we do not
No, it’s not April. No, this isn’t a joke. Apparently, this footage was shot recently just one mile from shore near Selsey, West Sussex. Take a look at the video! We spotted this story on the Dave Barham Fishing Facebook page. Be sure to give them a ‘Like’ and watch this one unfold….
Students Keiran North, Fletcher Richmond and Kyle Kenny from the John Madejski Academy in Reading with Thames Valley Angling’s Allan Clark, Charles Walker MP, Will Barnard, Angling Development Manager at Thames Water, and Martin Salter, Angling Trust’s Head of Campaigns displaying some of the day’s catch. With the school holidays looming and the prospect of
Fisheries Enforcement Support Service and UK National Wildlife Crime Unit sign Information Sharing Agreement The Angling Trust has signed an important Information Sharing Agreement with the UK National Wildlife Crime Unit, setting out the framework and protocols for the sharing of information and intelligence in a legally compliant, secure and responsible way. To read the
Back To The Future Baits that helped to shape carp fishing history are coming back in all their glory. This September will see the re-release of Solar Tackle’s most sought-after baits under The Originals banner. The range will boast two high-grade fishmeal baits in the ridiculously successful Club Mix and the Red Herring, the latter having been